Among the Sleep, Krillbite Studios' in-development horror game played through the eyes of a two-year-old child, will include support for the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, according to an update posted on the game's Kickstarter blog today.
Krillbite received an Oculus Rift development kit recently and has already begun incorporating the headset's features into the game. You can watch a video above showing how it will work in Among the Sleep.
"Even though we will support a basic implementation of Oculus Rift either way, we really want to do some cool things, like exploring the upcoming positional tracking," the update reads.
As of this writing, the game has received $130,755 in pledges of its $200,000 goal from 4,413 backers with 11 days remaining in the crowdfunding campaign. For more on Among the Sleep, which is planned for release on Windows PC, Mac and Linux, be sure to read Polyogn's recent interview with the developers at Krillbite. You can also check out our recent hands-on Oculus Rift impressions.